Mail fraud charges involve using the U.S. Postal Service to commit some type of fraudulent act. Wire fraud charges involve using electronic means to commit fraud. Upon a conviction, an individual faces up to 20 years in prison. If the fraud impacts a financial institution, an individual could face up to 30 years upon conviction.
Any person under investigation for mail or wire fraud charges, or any person who has been indicted must engage the services of a skilled lawyer as early on as possible.
Florida Defense Attorney Taking On All Types Of Fraud Allegations
Under federal law, mail fraud and wire fraud can encompass a broad range of actions. For example, accusations of health care fraud, mortgage fraud, securities fraud and computer crimes can all be prosecuted under mail and wire fraud statutes. In any of these situations, the government will go to great lengths to investigate a target’s activities and compile evidence to be used against him or her in court.
At Bruce L. Udolf, P.A., we will begin preparing a powerful defense immediately. With more than three decades of experience, Fort Lauderdale mail and wire fraud attorney Bruce Udolf understands where to find the weaknesses in the government’s case and works to exploit these weaknesses for his clients’ benefit. If engaged before an indictment, we work diligently to encourage the government to employ alternative means short of prosecution to dispose of a potential criminal matter.
Where charges have been filed, we are dedicated to using our extensive trial experience and thorough preparation to provide creative strategies to challenge the government’s case in court.
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